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Distributed-point-of-use water-heating system The term 'Distributed-point-of-use water-heating system' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' A system for heating hot water, for other than space heating purposes, which is located at more than one space within a building. A point-of-use water heater is located at the faucet and heats water only as required for immediate use. Because water is not heated until it is required, this equipment is more energy-efficient'.
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